Soundhoose are taking out all of their frustration with their upcoming record, Quarantine Psycho, set for release on April 16th. We recently helped spread the word about the album, and the band’s recently released single “Psycho,” and we were pleased to reconnect with them again for our latest Purely Provocative interview. The band is at their disaffected best on the new album, cranking out rebellious anthems, refusing to shy away from tough topics related to the current state of affairs the world finds itself in.
Formed in 2018 in Minneapolis by singer and songwriter Brandon Smith, the band now currently operates out of his hometown of Los Angeles, where he has hooked up with the very capable rhythm section of bassist Erik Netland and drummer Paul Burns. A full-on rock n’ roll assault, Soundhoose has no time or patience for classifications, inspired by the spectrum of rock. Some of their more notable influences include Green Day, Linkin Park, Yungblud, Rise Against, Muse, and My Chemical Romance.
With Quarantine Psycho finally arriving next week, it felt like the perfect time to connect with the band for a new edition of Purely Provocative, where we discussed, let’s just say, the raunchier side of life.
Most public situation you’ve projectile vomited?
Brandon Smith: “Fourth inning in a bathroom of a Minnesota Twins game or at a train stop in Government Plaza.”
Erik Netland: “I’ve only puked twice since third grade. Got a concussion at 3 am in 2018. And then when I had COVID-19 last year.”
Paul Burns: “I puked drinking way too much whiskey at my house which was a kickback and fell face forward on my own puke.”
Weirdest place you’ve ever taken a shit?
Smith: “Side of the freeway… Mr. Bad Luck made an appearance.”
Netland: “Campground outhouse. No plumbing, just a hole in the ground.”
Burns: “Next to a tree at Yosemite Nature Campground.”
Have you ever tasted someone else’s blood; when, how who?
Smith: “No, I might be a ‘psycho,’ but I’m not Dexter.”
Burns: “My ex when she sliced her finger by accident while cooking food.”
Ever intentionally spit on fans?
Smith: “Would never do that.”
Netland: “My ceiling fan once. It came back in my face. Fans in the audience, never.”
Grossest chick you’ve ever hooked up with?
Smith: “I don’t remember the name and I’m glad I don’t. I was doing my roommate a favour while he was with the better-looking friend.”
Netland: “Some drunk chick at a bar who later threatened to rape me.”
Burns: “Some Asian chick at some small party over in Tarzana.”
Sonic Diarrhea – frustrating or fun? How are the shits while touring?
Smith: “That’s Paul or Erik’s department.”
Netland: “Always makes me feel lighter once I explode a load.”
Burns: “They can be fun at times.”
Most times you’ve had sex in one sitting?
Smith: “Valentine’s day probably… maybe four or five times. It was a wonderful day.”
Netland: “Stopped counting after three.”
Burns: “The night I saw Deadpool which was like three times including at the movie theatres.”
Any near-death experiences?
Smith: “Texting and driving on the way to a roller hockey tournament. Won’t do that again.”
Netland: “Choking on shrimp. Also, I was sick with strep throat and mono, lost my voice, couldn’t swallow, struggled to breathe. Worst I’ve ever been sick and I thought I wasn’t going to wake up in the morning.”
Burns: “I ate an edible that was too much for my body to handle and literally thought I was going to be rushed to the hospital.”
If you could choose, how would you die?
Smith: “Quick and painless doing something like skydiving or in my sleep.”
Netland: “In a fight with Bigfoot, In a fight with aliens, or in my sleep.”
Burns: “Heart attack after having amazing sex.”
Has a fan ever really pissed you off? What happened?
Smith: “Yes, Erik’s ceiling fan. In the fan’s defense, Erik had it coming.”
Do you bathe on tour? Is it regular? Do you take what you can get and do a wet nap wipe if there’s no shower?
Smith: “Yes, yes, and no. If there’s no shower, Erik and Paul are fucked.”
Netland: “Haven’t toured yet so we shall see.”
Burns: “Yes when I have to, depends, and no.”
What’s one of the most fucked up things that’s happened to you as a musician?
Smith: “My hard drive fell out of my bag and got ran over. It had all the sessions from the album I was making on it and I had to re-record and mix everything.”
Netland: “Having a girl threaten to rape me.”
Burns: “I forgot my sticks and hi hat cymbal at home right before I’m about to perform.”
If someone stole all your band’s gear, then you caught the dickwad and no one would ever know what happened next, what would you do to him?
Smith: “I pray this never happens because I honestly don’t know and I don’t wish that fury on my worst enemy.”
Netland: “I’ll tell you if it happens.”
Burns: “I will demand an apology and settle it like men by having a drink together.”
What scares the absolute shit out of you?
Smith: “Snakes… doesn’t matter the kind. Fuck snakes.”
Netland: “Losing control of myself because I don’t know what will happen and who might get hurt.”
Burns: “I agree with Brandon’s answer, snakes terrify me.”
You find someone’s wallet in the street. It contains a ton of cash and/or a winning lottery ticket inside and their ID. What do you do?
Smith: “Return it to them or the police. I have enough bad karma already.”
Netland: “Return it to them.”
Burns: “Take it. Finders keepers.”
Have you ever been too wasted to play live? What happened?
Smith: “No. I definitely don’t want to play completely sober, but the fans deserve a great show and a little alcohol definitely helps loosen me up.”
Netland: “Never drink before performing or practicing. Alcohol puts me to sleep.”
Burns: “I have, it wasn’t the best decision.”
Your instrument/gear (drums, guitar, etc.) has a catastrophic failure on-stage and you have no backup. What do you do?
Smith: “This would never happen to me (laughs). I’ve got backups of everything, but I’d probably borrow a piece of gear from one of the other bands or try to improvise with backing tracks or other instruments.”
Netland: “Already had issues with one bass. Thankfully another bassist let me borrow his to finish the set.”
Burns: “Not sure.”
Name some of your biggest pet peeves. You know… that ones that make you want to wreck shit!
Smith: “Politicians, being late, lying, flaking, stupidity/lack of common fucking sense, trying to change other people’s opinions, and oh my god, I fucking hate automated services when you call somewhere and have to deal with talking to a damn machine.”
Netland: “Lying. Lying. Lying. Dishonesty. Manipulation. Deception. Driving. People not thinking for themselves.”
Burns: “I’d probably have to say flakes and people without ambition/goals.”
If there were zero repercussions to you, what one thing would you do that’s illegal or morally wrong?
Smith: “Rob a bank? I’m not sure but endless money wouldn’t be the worst thing in the world.”
Netland: “With zero repercussions I would steal wealth, assets, and property from the government, from the wealthiest elites (Bezos, Zuckerberg, Gates).”
Burns: “Steal money.”
If you weren’t a musician or totally in love with your job, you’d be…
Smith: “Something to do with hockey at a high level. I played competitively for years.”
Netland: “Screenwriter, animator/storyboard artist. Paranormal investigator. Detective.”
You kick everyone out of the band because you can replace them with any musician you want. Dead or alive, who do you recruit?
Smith: “Billie Joe Armstrong or Gerard Way on vocals, Matt Bellamy on guitar, Josh Dunn on drums, Mike Dirnt on bass.”
Netland: “Jim Atkins. Chester Bennington. Travis Barker. Tom Morello.”
Burns: “Gerard Way, Mark Hoppus, Billie Joe Armstrong, Haley Willams, Mike Dirnt.”
How often have you/do you pirate music? What about movies and TV shows?
Smith: “I used Limewire when I was in middle school. I don’t do it anymore out of respect for my fellow musicians.”
Netland: “Nope. I buy all my music on CD, all my movies and tv shows on DVD. No streaming. No piracy.”
Burns: “I’ve used Frostwire and Limewire before.”
What is your stance on the legalization of marijuana?
Smith: “Hate the smell of it and I don’t personally do it, but I’m all for doing whatever you want as long as it makes you happy and doesn’t negatively impact others.”
Netland: “I don’t use. My body, my choice. What I can say is, it’s hard to work with coworkers or supervisors who are high, and it’s hard to deal with customers who are high. Nothing gets done. It’s funny how they think they’re productive.”
Burns: “I absolutely love it.”
Describe when and how you lost your virginity.
Smith: “After a hockey game. I scored the game-winning goal and a friend from school invited me over after. It didn’t last long. Sorry, Taylor!”
Netland: “Not sure how I lost it but I found it so I can sleep well at night again.”
Burns: “One year anniversary with my ex.”
Does God exist – why yes/no/who the fuck cares?
Smith: “Yes, absolutely. There’s too much beauty out there to think it just magically happened in my opinion.”
Tell us about the worst lie you ever told someone.
Smith: “Every lie.”
Netland: “Every lie.”
Burns: “Every lie.”
Groupies. Totally awesome, want to bang them all. What the hell is a groupie? Give us the scoop!
Smith: “I don’t know about groupies, but I love guppies. Plenty of them in the sea!”
When was the last time you cried and why?
Smith: “When I found out I was allowed to come home again after being on probation.”
Netland: “I’m a huge college basketball fan. Two days ago I was watching highlights of the March Madness tournament and I got emotional. It’s so amazing! Buzzer beaters, dunks, the emotion, and excitement.”
Burns: “When my grandfather passed away last year in March.”
Who is the biggest asshole you ever met and why?
Smith: “My ex’s best friend’s boyfriend. He was a manipulative asshole who treated her like shit and no one deserves that. He’s impossible to have a conversation with and toots his own horn waaaaay too much.”
Netland: “Working customer service you meet a lot. Don’t know their names. Can’t single one out right now. But the biggest that I haven’t personally met? Gavin Newsom. Anyone in government actually.”
Burns: “It’s hard to say, there’s a lot of assholes in this world.”
Describe your wildest drug experience.
Smith: “Molly with my girlfriend at the time. We were camping and the whole experience was so peaceful and incredible.”
Netland: “I accidentally took cough syrup after I had Prozac. I do not recommend.”
Burns: “Only drugs I’ve taken is weed and alcohol. So I’d probably say when I had too much of both which usually happens when I’m at some sort of gathering.”
What’s the creepiest thing a fan has ever done to you/creepiest encounter with a fan?
Smith: “She asked for a water bottle I drank out of so she could ‘replicate my DNA.’ She may still have it, I don’t know.”
Netland: “Again, when the girl threatened to rape me.”
Burns: “Asking if she can give me a blowjob in the bathroom. I didn’t even know who this chick was.”
9/11 was an inside job… comment on that statement.
Smith: “With all the corruption that goes on, I wouldn’t be surprised.”
Netland: “I’ve actually been seeing evidence that it was. Planned out. More evidence may be coming out soon.”
The V13 Fix #004 w/ Darkest Hour, Glitterer, LowLives and more
From pop to metalcore, experimental grindcore to indie, each week The V13 Fix will bring you a roundup of all the new music worth hearing…
Welcome to the latest The V13 Fix our weekly round-up of some of the best albums, singles and EPs to drop in our laps/inboxes this week. From pop to black metal to experimental pop to punk rock, there is something for everyone in this mix of new music. Check out and support all the bands and labels if you like what you hear and if there is a particular album you like, make sure you head over to Spotify and check out one of our specially curated playlists where there is more great new music added daily.
Alternatively, if you’re in a band or want one of your bands considered for inclusion get in touch. While we can’t guarantee every album or EP we receive will be included, there are still plenty of other ways we can support you.
So, without further ado, sit back, plug in your headphones and get this week’s V13 Fix of new music…
When Japanese genre-smashers Crossfaith exploded onto the scene with their brutal, electronic-laced metalcore, the world sat up and paid attention. Well, after twelve months regrouping, the band are back with this new single, a massive statement that they’re ready to pick up where they left off but with a new energy. This new slice of heaviness from the band is packed dangerously full of pulsating electronics and pummelling metalcore. Equally as explosive as it is anthemic, “Zero” heralds a new chapter from the band who, after hitting the reset button twelve months ago, have returned with a vengeance.
Pick up your copy of “Zero” from here.
‘Perpetual | Terminal’
It’s incredible when you realise that Perpetual | Termainal is the tenth album in the rollercoaster career of US metalcore/metallic hardcore mob Darkest Hour. Spirit and dogged determination has kept the band going to this point and it is a theme which provides the heartbeat of this savage collection. Guitarist Mike Schleibaum explains: “The record’s theme centers around the duality of survival while embracing rebirth,” and, hearing the band hurtle through each of the eleven tracks, Perpetual | Terminal certainly feels like the sound of a band who have been reborn. An uncompromising, unrelenting metal assault, Perpetual | Terminal highlights exactly why heavy music would be worse off without Darkest Hour in it.
Pick up your copy of Perpetual | Terminal from here.
Now, even though the new wave of modern death metal bands is doing a sterling job in keeping the flag flying high for the genre, sometimes it’s nice just to take a trip back into some of the old-school bands. Having formed in Milwaukee in 1990, Morta Skuld are still battering away with their latest offering from the death metal stalwarts indicating no sign of slowing down. For fans of the likes of Obituary, Morbid Angel and Deicide, the band expertly combine groovy moshy sections, blastbeats with swamp born vocals. Creation Undone isn’t metalcore, it’s not deathcore, there are no symphonies, this is just straight between the eyes brutality.
Pick up your copy of Creation Undone from here.
M.U.T.T. are a trashy punk rock band straight from the gutters of the San Fransisco punk rock scene. There isn’t much you need to know about the kind of punk rock M.U.T.T. peddle except that it comes devoid of airs and graces. Taking a route one approach, M.U.T.T’s punk noise is covered in snot and packed with attitude. Formed from the ashes of Culture Abuse, the project has moved on from the more rock and roll stylings of their debut album, Bad To The Bone, into more trashy waters. Offerings like “Downtown Boy” come with a suitably unpleasant sneer plastered across their face and, while this EP might a fairly brief listen, M.U.T.T pack plenty of bite into those eighteen or so raucous minutes.
Pick up your copy of Dirty Deeds from here.
Gen & The Degenerates
Alt-punk collective Gen & The Degenerates tattoo their principals proudly onto their debut album. Written to a backdrop of disaster, tragedy and misfortune, ANTI-FUN Propaganda comes from a world of late nights and early mornings, sexuality, gender politics and mortality. It’s a punk rock album at its beating heart but, as vocalist Gen puts it, comes with a humourous approach and a love of dirty disco pop. Lyrically, tracks like “Famous” may come from a dark, bleak place but, as the video for “Big Hit Single” highlights, there is a wry smile and a sense of sarcasm nipping away at the subject matter to make sure we don’t lose sight of the fact that, while a quick look outside your window will show a world imploding on itself, it’s important to enjoy what time we have while we’re here.
Pick up your copy of ANTI-FUN Propaganda from here.
Following his previous band Title Fight ceased touring, lead singer and songwriter Ned Russin needed a creative outlet. The creative outlet soon manifested into what originally started out as solo project but, six years later, has blossomed into a fully-fledged band and the release of their fourth album, but debut as a full band, Rationale. An album with a sound deeply entrenched in the DC hardcore and indie rock scenes, Rationale is a rowdy listen packed with jarring indie guitars and slick pop melodies with the cohesiveness paying testament to the fact that Russin has found bandmates who share his creative vision.
Pick up your copy of Rationale from here.
Hands of Kalliach
Spawned from the minds of Edinburgh, Scotland husband and wife duo have blended together melodic death metal melded with Scottish folk music to create an album that is a work of art. The title of the album is inspired by enormous whirlpool, Corryvreckan, which lies between some of the western isles of Scotland. As harsh yet as beautiful as the inspiration behind it, Corryvreckan is a jaw-dropping piece of work. Soaring passages of melancholic Scottish folk music crash into brutal death metal, like two perfectly matched components. Through the folk music, the pair capture a drama and the emotion that can only come from being truly living and breathing it. When matched up with the extremities of the death metal scene, the end result is utterly majestic.
Pick up your copy of Corryvreckan from here.
Job For A Cowboy
For fans of iconic progressive death metal outfit Job For A Cowboy, it’s been almost a decade since new music was last heard from the band. Having teased for a number of years, the band are now back with their follow-up to 2014’s Sun Eater pretty much picking up where the 2014 album dropped off. Unsurprisingly, Moon Healer is the kind of album you really need to invest your time and effort into to really appreciate. Skim over it and you’ll find another incredible album in the Glendale’s musical armoury. Dig under the surface and you’ll find yourself immersed in a world which thematically picks up the story from Sun Eater while musically delivers it in a tightly woven package of complex, experimental, progressive death metal.
Pick up your copy of Moon Healer from here.
Austrian Death Machine
Ten years since their last outing, Austrian Death Machine are back with Quad Brutal, their first album for new home Napalm Records. Formed fifteen years ago by As I Lay Dying vocalist Tim Lambesis, the Arnie-inspired neck-wrecking death machine is back reinspired and reinvigorated. Joined by a bunch of friends from across the metalcore scene including members of Ov Sulfur and Wolves At The Gate, Lambesis is back with another full-throttle, adrenaline-fueled metal feast. With more muscle than your typical weights room, Quad Brutal is just pumped-to-fuck, beefed-up metal. There’s nothing fancy about this. No need to put your brain into gear, Quad Brutal is just here for when another couple of plates on the end of that bar just doesn’t seem enough.
Pick up your copy of Quad Brutal from here.
To date, Alberta, Canada three-piece Royal Tusk have gigged with a veritable Who’s Who of Rock from Slash to Halestorm while, during the pandemic, frontman Daniel sang on viral at-home collabs with Stone Sour, In Flames, and Mastodon. Listening to the hard rockers third album and you can probably pinpoint all of those inspirations seeping through the thumping anthems. Full of hard rock bangers like “Fire In Your Veins” and “The Death of Common Sense” to “Hated”, Altruistic has the perfect blend of melody, singalong choruses and power. Of the album, bassist Sandy MacKinnon says “I really hope you want to blast it in your car and headbang” and we can’t think of a better way to enjoy Altruistic than that.
Pick up your copy of Altruistic from here.
Honouring commitments delayed by the pandemic means that it has been almost five years since we have heard a new full-length album from Norwegian progressive folk/black metal band Borknagar. Reading into the whole process the band go through to write an album though, you do get the feeling Fall would have taken as long pandemic or not. An unrushed, flawlessly-crafted peice of work, Fall sounds like Borknagar frontman Øystein G. Brun has worked tirelessly to ensure that every moment of this album plays out like a story. Blast of grim, violent black metal weave through epic passages of progressive rock and folk to tell a tale of survival. Heading towards their third decade, Fall feels like the Norwegians are still riding at the top of their game.
Pick up your copy of Fall from here.
Warner Music / Parlophone
It’s fair to say that 2021’s album INSIDE catapulted Canadian indie rock troop Mother Mother to new heights. Piling up an incredible 300 million streams for said album Grief Chapter has some task ahead of it. The ninth album of their career finds the band at their most energized despite it focusing, lyrically at least, on themes of death and mourning. This is an album that transcends genres not only over the course of the twelve tracks but, as demonstrated on the brilliant opener “Nobody Escapes” or the stomping “Normalize”, many times within songs. An album which may come from a morbid place lyrically, by the end, will have you well and truly hooked.
Pick up your copy of Grief Chapter from here.
It’s the year 2000 and Wheatus earworm “Teenage Dirtbag” is rapidly becoming one of the biggest hits of the year. An anthem for misfits, outcasts and losers, it’s a song we hold close to our hearts even 24 years later. Now, West Coast alt-rockers have gone and written their own version. A wonderfully hopeful slice of slacker rock, “Loser” has an almost pleading air to the chorus while the melody is lifted straight from the grunge/alt-rock 2000s. The track is taken from the band’s upcoming debut album, Freaking Out, so don’t worry if you’re going through that misfit phase because Lowlives have got your back.
Pick up your copy of Freaking Out from here.
Day In Day Out Festival Reveals 2024 Lineup & Details
Daydream State has announced the whole lineup for the 2024 edition of their Day In Day Out festival at the Fisher Green Pavilion in Seattle.
Daydream State has announced the full lineup of performers for its fourth annual Day In Day Out (DIDO) festival scheduled for July 12th to 14th at the Fisher Green Pavilion at the Seattle Center. Headliners include Seattle indie folk powerhouse The Head and the Heart, American alt-rock band Bleachers, including frontman, Jack Antonoff, and beloved pop artist and three-time Juno award winner Carly Rae Jepsen.
Daydream State CEO and founder Jason Lajeunesse comments:
“We are delighted with the response from the local community as we developed DIDO over the last few years. With the overwhelming success of last year’s sold-out weekend, we decided to expand in 2024 by adding a third day. We’re thrilled to bring even more great talent to the heart of the city.”
Daydream State strives to showcase a diverse array of talent at its events. This year’s lineup will showcase genres ranging from retro-pop and electro to indie rock, including English actress, singer-songwriter sensation Suki Waterhouse, Canadian indie band Men I Trust, and violinist, singer, and songwriter Sudan Archives.
In addition to mainstage performers and local DJ sets, DIDO will feature an all-ages viewing lawn, a 21+ VIP lounge deck, a spacious indoor-outdoor beer garden, local food vendors, and more.
The public on-sale begins on Friday, February 23rd at 9 am PST.
Daydream State owns and operates a number of Seattle’s last independent venues, bars, and restaurants while producing a myriad of year-round live events and festivals that celebrate the city’s vibrant music and arts culture. Known for attracting some of the greatest local and national performers to the Pacific Northwest, the Daydream State team is dedicated to the preservation and proliferation of music, entertainment, and hospitality to create one-of-a-kind experiences. Learn more at DaydreamState.com
Day In Day Out 2024 Artists & DJs:
The Head and the Heart • Bleachers • Carly Rae Jepsen • Men I Trust • Suki Waterhouse • Peach Pit • Hippo Campus • The Walkmen • Amyl and the Sniffers • Washed Out • Beach Fossils • Sir Chloe • Sudan Archives • Mannequin Pussy • Les Savy Fav • Blondshell • Illuminati Hotties • Miya Folick • Grace Ives • Mali Velasquez • Acapulco Lips • Acid Tongue + Sarah Savannah • Aleeens • Appaloosa • Avery Cochrane + IVEY • Biblioteka • Brenna Dart • Dark Chisme • DJ Phaedras • Hannah Duckworth • Jul!et • Juliette • King Youngblood • La Fonda • Lemon Boy • Maxwell Edison • Pink Boa • THEM • Waxwitch • Zookraught
Day In Day Out 2024 Sponsors & Partners:
KEXP • The Stranger • Do206 • KNDD • KPNW • BandsInTown • The Nudge • Bolster • Crewfare • White Claw • Pacifico • Coors Light • Schilling Cider • Athletic Brewing • Celsius • Altitude Beverages • Guayakí • Flintts Mints • Cookies Country Chicken
OSHEAGA Music and Arts Festival Returns with Powerhouse 2024 Lineup
OSHEAGA Music and Arts Festival dropped an unbelievably impressive lineup for their 2024 edition this week.
The OSHEAGA Music and Arts Festival dropped an unbelievably impressive lineup for their 2024 edition this week. The 17th edition of the festival will take place from August 2nd to 4th, at Parc Jean-Drapeau on Île Saint-Hélène, close to downtown Montréal. Headliners include SZA, Green Day, and Noah Kahan setting the tone for a diverse exhibition that is sure to appeal to the masses.
Representation is present for all genres at this year’s fest. Rock is covered by old-school legends Rancid, LA rockers The Linda Lindas, ’90s indie favourites Sleater-Kinney, and grunge icons The Smashing Pumpkins. R&B will be backed by hip-hop pioneer T-Pain, as well as Tyla, Ayra Starr, and Michaël Brun. Pop is represented by Mean Girls powerhouse Reneé Rapp, Euphoria star Dominic Fike, and alt-pop phenom Melanie Martinez. Indie will be covered by Irish musician Hozier and this generation’s Elvis, Stephen Sanchez. EDM will be showcased with sets by world-class producers like Martin Garrix and Labrinth.
If you’re someone who enjoys all types of music, this year’s OSHEAGA is a can’t-miss event. The lineup easily competes for the best of 2024. Tickets are on sale 2/21 for 3-day passes and 2/23 for single-day passes. Prices are as follows:
GENERAL ADMISSION TICKET / SINGLE-DAY: starting at $165 CAD
GENERAL ADMISSION TICKET / 3-DAY: starting at $395 CAD
CASINO DE MONTRÉAL GOLD TICKET / SINGLE-DAY: starting at $320 CAD
CASINO DE MONTRÉAL GOLD TICKET / 3 DAYS: starting at $745 CAD
PLATINUM TICKET / SINGLE-DAY: starting at $685 CAD
PLATINUM TICKET / 3 DAYS: starting at $1,620 CAD
Get your tickets while they last!
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